Editorial: Applaud the class of 20137/1/2014 10:05
It seems the “nabobs of negativity”, as an American vice-president once defined this group, are doing their utmost to negate the achievements of the matric class of 2013.
ICTs vital for developing learning experience21/10/2013 15:14
The introduction of information communication technology (ICT) in the classroom is vital for pupils in today's global economy experts agree, but warn it doesn't replace good old fashioned teaching.
SA Sports Awards nominees announced16/10/2013 10:22
Olympic gold medalist Chad le Clos was one of five nominees for the SA Sports Awards 2013 Sports Star of the Year, announced at The New Age Business Briefing in Midrand on Wednesday.
E-toll has benefits: SANRAL7/10/2013 11:16
It is unfortunate that commentators are not looking at the benefits of e-tolling in Gauteng, SA National Roads Agency Ltd (Sanral) chief executive Nazir Ali said at The New Age Business Briefing on Monday.
E-tolls not Sanral's only project: Sanral CEO7/10/2013 10:50
It is unfortunate that the SA National Roads Agency Ltd (Sanral) is only known for the Gauteng e-toll project, chief executive Nazir Ali said at The New Age Business Briefing on Monday.
Development of black industrialists is crucial3/10/2013 14:45
Ten years after the implementation of the codes of the broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) Act, the department of trade and industry has looked – self-critically – into the progress of the Act and have assessed what needs to be done to further empower previously disadvantaged groups at g
BBBEE has been a success: Davies3/10/2013 11:28
While broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) was initially not effective nationally, it has been a success, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said at The New Age Business Briefing in Midrand on Thursday.
Cost of communication worsens digital divide30/9/2013 14:41
South Africa ranks only 23rd on the African continent in terms of affordability of communication. This, says Minister of Communications Yunus Carrim, worsens the divide between the “haves” and “have not’s” created by a past of inequality.
Food security is everyone’s responsibility17/9/2013 16:00
It is up to every South African to create a food garden at their home because while a landscaped flower bed looked lovely, “you cannot eat roses,” says Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
Motsoaledi says no alcohol adverts12/9/2013 13:22
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi is adamant that South Africa is better off without alcohol advertisements and he has pledged to fight tooth and nail to ensure that a liquor-ad-ban is implemented.
SA health leaves out 84%: Motsoaledi12/9/2013 10:41
South Africa's health care system fails to provide quality care for the majority of citizens, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said at The New Age Business Briefing on Thursday.